In a specialty store in Bangkok, Thailand, I found the most incredible selection of hand made chopsticks, carved from ivory, elegant, and refined. What’s odd is that the Thai don’t use chopsticks as many of their neighbors do in southeast Asia
bangkok thailand chopsticks eating utensils shapes and patterns
great capture Phil!
thanks charmiene for your feedback, I appreciate your comment and support.phil
wonderful detail and dof Phil! Well done!
thanks Mike, it was a fun perspective to see and shoot.phil
Brilliant photography Phil!!!
vickithanks for the very kind words. glad you liked it!phil
Nice pattern :)
thanks lenka, I thought it was unusual and eye appealing!phil
oh my this is lovely work!
shellbeeyou’ve made my day with your kind words! Thanks for thatphil
Brilliant Phil!Great work!
andrew, So very glad you liked this one enough to make it a feature in our group. Much fun, and an honor!phil
CONGRATULATIONS on your wonderful feature, great work and well earned.
thanks andrea for your comment. The configuration of how these chopsticks were displayed caught my eye.phil
22 February 2011
Pamela,Wonderful news to be featured in our group. An honor, indeed!Phil
thanks jing, they were in a show room window in a mall in Bangkok. Just chopsticks.
Congrats on Top Ten in the Shapes & Patterns Dining Utensils Challenge!
thanks randy for the news on this one!
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